Boiler Gas, Boiler Gas / Elektro

Hot water so that you can enjoy a long shower

  • Low gas consumption with high efficiency

  • Works without electricity (Truma gas boiler)

  • Very compact, requires little installation space

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More details about the Truma gas boiler and Truma gas/electric boiler

In the Truma boiler (gas), a powerful gas burner heats the water in your caravan or motor home quickly – completely without a power supply. The gas boiler has excellent insulation to ensure that almost no heat is lost. If the water temperature drops, the electronics reignite automatically. Set the desired water temperature anywhere between 30°C and 70°C with the control unit.
 
The gas/electric boiler also has an electric heating element that heats the water even faster. It reduces heating up time from 30 minutes in gas mode to 15 minutes in mixed mode – for example, when heating water from 15°C to 70°C.
 
When the water is hot, you can take a long shower with ample time to soap yourself. When the Truma gas boiler is running, water is continuously reheated while you are showering. This means that a second person can shower immediately afterwards.
 
  • Insulation prevents heat loss
  • Additional electric heating element (optional)
  • High pressure resistance of the Truma gas water heater (all submersible and pressure pumps up to 2.8 bar can be used)
  • Safety ensured with electronic control components and overpressure valve
  • Stainless steel container
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Accessories

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FrostControl drain valve for boiler Protects the boiler against frost damage. When the temperature falls below three degrees Celsius, the water automatically flows out of the boiler to the outside via a discharge nozzle.